Laney GH30R Guitar Amplifier Head - Neu / ungespielt / auch Tausch gegen Gitarre

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Great sounding amp!! brandnew / unplayed Overview Specs Warranties and Docs Reviews Laney GH30R Guitar Amplifier Head The Laney GH30R head gives something back to the modern guitar player that for too many years has been overlooked. In a world obsessed by pre-amp distortion, the dark art of power amp distortion has been lost – until now. The GH30R delivers transparent, versatile classic rock tones with the ability to blend in the dynamic characteristic of pre-amp distortion and power amp distortion right there at your fingertips. Both channels on the GH30R produce the same tonal characteristic but how you set them up give you the subtle difference that tone hounds dream about. This is the ‘amp tweakers’ delight! Whether its funk or melodic rock, whether you’re a hybrid picker or a shredder, the GH30R delivers outstanding, dynamic, complex, harmonically rich controllable tone. On-Board Reverb On-board studio quality reverb. Reverb gives you a sense of the space that you are in. A dry guitar signal can sound a little dull. Adding the right about of reverb provides the guitar signal with ambience and brings it to life. XLR-DI OUT The XLR-DI out allows you to connect your amplifier to a PA system or recording interface, without the need for micing. It is fully balanced and features a level switch for -30dB (PA/Desk level) or +4dB (Line level) for driving powered cabinets directly. The XLR-DI out also features a ground lift switch is also provided for lowest noise performance. Unlike most other XLR-DI out, the Laney fitted XLR-DI out is post the output section of the amp. Features - Switchable cabinet emulation - FX loop series/switchable level - Pull Shift on Mid EQ - Premium Hand selected ECC83 & EL34 tubes - The ability to blend the amount of preamp and output distortion - Twin channels - 30 watts RMS - Studio quality digital reverb with Pull focus - FS2-MINI included

598.00 EUR

inkl. 16% UST

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